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Sep 04 2020

Letter To The Editor: What About Cunningham?

The Politics article on pp. 6-7 reads like a candidate submission rather than a reporter-guided interview. Has a similar opportunity been afforded incumbent Rep. Cunningham? If so, please provide a link to the article, if available. If not, when will Rep. Cunningham be given equal space in the publication? Dianne Thompson Cain Seabrook Island

Sep 04 2020

Letter To The Editor: We’re Not All Republicans

Hi there. I noticed in the recent edition of The Island Connection – Aug. 4, 2020 – there is an article about Nancy Mace trying to make the district “Republican again.” I would appreciate a corresponding article highlighting Joe Cunningham in your newspaper. We are definitely not all Republican here and would like to see …

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Sep 03 2020

Under The Oaks

By Sarah Reynolds for The Island Connection The Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission is introducing a new two-part outdoor happy hour event at Johns Island County Park. Toast Under the Oaks is scheduled for Sept. 10 and 24. Under the park’s sweeping oak trees, guests will enjoy wine, beer and live music from 5:30 …

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Sep 02 2020

Breaking Ground

By Parker Butler for The Island Connection Kiawah River, a new waterfront community on Johns Island, has announced the groundbreaking of its Spring House, a waterfront swim club and first major residential amenity. The announcement follows the second release of Kiawah River’s waterfront homesites and semi-custom homes, villas and cottages. The 9,000-square-foot swim club will …

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Sep 02 2020

An Ever-changing Environment

By Zach Watson for The Island Connection The COVID-19 environment is forcing educators, students and specialists who train working professionals to re-evaluate their traditional methods of teaching.  In a time when many are focused on alternative learning systems, The Citadel’s Zucker Family School of Education is now offering a new graduate degree to help P-12 …

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Sep 01 2020

Sponsors Needed

From Sea Island Habitat for Humanity for The Island Connection Sponsors are needed to make the annual Sea Island Habitat for Humanity Golf Tournament a success. The tourney, presented by the Kelly Family Foundation, is scheduled for Sept. 15 at the exclusive Cassique Golf Club on Kiawah Island.  Sponsorship donations come with perks, and your …

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Sep 01 2020

A Future Superstar

By Kimberly Keelor for The Island Connection Operation Fall Return 2020 at The Citadel has about 2,301 central figures: 2,300 cadets and cadet recruits and one future superstar who represents the return of the live mascot program to campus. His name is Gen. Mike D. Groshon. His new friends call him G3 for short.  “He’s …

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Aug 31 2020

Virtual Birding

by Jackie Brooks for The Island Connection Is a lack of group activities getting you down? Do you wish you had something to do besides organize workshops or closets? Join the Seabrook Island Birders as they continue to meet virtually to enjoy movies and discussion from the comfort of your own living room. Dinner and …

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Aug 28 2020

A School Year Like No Other

By Wendy Kulick for The Island Connection As the Charleston County School District notes on its website, “The outstanding question is when will it be safe enough to open for some in-person instruction, which is our goal. On July 29, the board approved no more than 25% of students based on the school’s capacity returning …

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Aug 27 2020

Cars On Kiawah Canceled

By Bruce Stemerman for The Island Connection Organizers of Cars on Kiawah, an annual classic car show on Kiawah Island, have decided to cancel the 2020 show, which had been postponed from April 18 to Nov. 7.  In light of the number of new cases of COVID-19 in the Charleston area and projections from medical …

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